In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
preposición & conjunción
- It's fixed up and polished till it proudly gleams again and catches the eye of yet another prospective owner.
- She may not even last till the end of her six-year term if she is weakened by any disenchantment.
- Of course, because it's New Year, you're forced to stay out till at least 1am.
- The revelers partied on till midnight, until everyone had their fill of food, drink and dancing.
- We sing for four to four-and-a-half hours, and everyone listens till the end.
- From now till next spring the club will organise outings, competitions and fundraising events.
- Plenty of times he has sat up till over 4am with a sick person in the parish and would still be up for Mass the next morning.
- As it happens, the lads are a little bleary-eyed today, having partied till late the previous night.
- I didn't think she was going to hang on till the end, but she did.
- My case was different because I waited till my college graduation to take time off.
- On the whole, in Hollywood, they only hate you till they need you.
- That is a sight I will remember till I die, long after the sight of the Hollywood sign has faded far from view.
- Guess audiences will have to wait till the opening night to find out if the adaptation hooks them as much as it did the director.
- I'll carry on modelling until I get fed up with it, till I decide I want to do something a bit more with my life.
- The have to order them so I can't start wearing them till next week.
- This fast he would carry out till the end, or until the Government of India relented.
- So back and forth went the stiff haggling till we reached a compromise.
- He apologises for being a bit dazed; he was here till 3am the night before.
- It's not an easy pill to swallow for Canadians, but it's time to test the patience and just wait till next year.
- The police refused till the previous owners were tracked down and said that would require too much police work.
1(cash register) caja (registradora) femenino(drawer) caja femeninoplease pay at the till — sírvase pasar por caja formal
- before noun till receipt — ticket de caja
- till roll — rollo de caja
- The assistant had taken the money and opened the till, when the man jumped over the counter and pushed her.
- Previously thriving tea rooms and the farm shops were empty and tills stood idle.
- I would guess they just tot up the totals and check that the till has that much money in it.
- As well as the money ringing in charity shop tills, they collect throughout the day, choosing a local good cause to benefit.
- He said it probably belonged to an engineer who was repairing one of the service tills on Friday.
- He then ordered an employee to turn over money from both of the shop's tills.
- That went fine until they opened the till to pull out the cash.
- What follows is the city economy in decline, no money in the tills and shops closing.
- I work harder than most people here, sell more beer, take more money, and my tills are always spot on at the end of the night.
- Whilst waiting for a member of staff to fetch the card, the man produced a gun, jumped over the counter and took money from both tills.
- Thieves grabbed cash from a till in a wine shop and escaped with about £190.
- Shop staff have been warned to be on their guard after two men tried to steal money from a till.
- In some cases, retailers are also using advances in electronic technology to link tills to cigarette dispensing machines.
- The pair, both wearing black balaclavas, held three women at gunpoint with a small black pistol, while demanding money from the tills.
- Why not scrap all parking fees for, say, one month, and hear the shop tills ring?
- But when the shop assistant opened the till, the thief grabbed the notes and made off.
- Questions were raised as to why barcodes were missing from stock and receipts were not used when money passed through the shop tills.
- Crowds of shoppers queued to get in shops and then queued at the tills.
- The robbers forced the drawers from the two tills on the main counter and the drive-through and ran off with an undisclosed amount of money.
- They took money from the till and a quantity of cigarettes after threatening staff.
- Just a quarter of the country's farm land is tilled under valid land use contracts.
- Consequently, the landless formulated a code of their own for agrarian reform, based on the principle that only those directly tilling the land had a right to own it.
- The Tongas whose major occupation has been agriculture used livestock for tilling the land, getting milk for sale and home consumption.
- But should we not remember who it was who broke the land and tilled the soil?
- Land records are rarely updated, and people who have been tilling the land for years after inheriting it from their parents are not listed as co-sharers.
- The fields can no longer be tilled because the crops won't grow any more.
- If all those workers had remained tilling the land, America would now be a lot poorer.
- Some land was tilled, mainly for the cultivation of oats that formed a staple part of the diet of the settler community.
- More than 80 percent of Palestinians lived in villages and tilled the land of absentee landlords.
- Marty and Clark have settled into their married life together, busily tilling the land and tending to their two youngest children.
- The participants also learnt that tilling their land every season was a bad practice which led to poor yields as the soil's chemistry and physics were destabilised.
- The cave where their grandfather lived while he tilled the land for the first time stood behind us.
- Aggie and her husband Pat were farming people who tilled the land, harvested the crops and raised livestock.
- Settlers tilled the land, maintained livestock, and fished along the shore.
- They were farming people who worked and tilled the land and raised livestock.
- The farmers tilled the arable land and the grazers fed their herds in land unfit for farming.
- Delia and Jimmy were farming people who tilled the land and looked after the livestock.
- The British arrived from a land of neat farms, specific hedgerows, a regular cycle of tilling the land and a cultivation timetable based on seasons.
- This is because correct land selection is the most important aspect every grower should consider before tilling their land.
- But the essence is to offer those local farmers and communities a different and better way of tilling their land, of growing things properly in a law abiding way.
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